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Pimushe Lake


From the Minnesota DNR:

Pimushe Lake is located about 5 miles north of Pennington off The Scenic Highway (County Road #39). Pimushe Lake is a moderately sized, deep, clear water lake with an irregular shoreline and many small bays. Pimushe is a popular fishing lake, and anglers can pursue their favorite species from the following list: Largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, and panfish. The diversity of habitat types available has allowed this variety of species to maintain themselves through natural reproduction with no stocking since 1976.

Bluegill have been the main attraction in recent times, and Pimushe Lake has a reputation for producing quality-size fish. Size and abundance of bluegill has declined since 1988, though some quality size fish are still available. About 14% of the bluegills sampled in the 1999 standard lake assessment were more than 8 inches long. Increased angling pressure is likely contributing to the decline in abundance of larger bluegill, but other limiting factors seem to be contributing to the problem as well. Anglers are encouraged to practice some harvest restraint to help retain the quality component of this fishery.


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